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the president's speech will focus on economic fairness in this country. >>> the paul's versus tsa his son was detained by tsa workers but the tsa says that didn't happen. what did take place? we have new comments from senator paul. >> nobody is thinking about who could attack us or who would attack us. it's just this mindlessness. >>> the supreme court rule ons whether the police can secretly use gps tracking devices without a warrant. >>> i'm tamron hall. we'll get to politics in saea second. two people have been confirmed killed in alabama after a storm hit the state early this morning. we have some new video coming in of the damage there. there are reports that more than 100 people were injured. searchers are going door to door this morning looking for people who may have been trapped this their homes the the eric fisher has the latest from clay, alabama. >> reporter: good afternoon. obviously, 2011 still fresh in the minds of many. just a horrific force op weather. we did not want to be back here in january. this early tornadic blow not good for many communities in alabama. we're in c
will be released in hours. >>> to night the tsa is -- tonight the tsa is handling republican ran paul of kentucky. an alarm went off today when he stepped through a security checkpoint at a national airport. when paul refused the pat down, officers escorted him out of the screening area. one hour later security allowed him to go through the screener again and this time it didn't go off. >> why did it take so much to figure out that just get back in line and go right through the screening again? >> the senator says the tsa detained him. the tsa says no it didn't. screeners simply followed security protocol. it is worth noting paul's father ron, the republican candidate for president, says if he's elected, he says he would eliminate the tsa altogether. >>> he's out on bond, but certainly not out of trouble. tonight a former cia officer faces charges of repeatedly leaking classified information to reporters. he's 47-year-old john kareoko of arlington. at a brief hearing a judge said bond at $250,000. he leaked information that included the identities of cia operatives involved in capturing and quest
now, yes we should. and a u.s. senator at the center of a tsa controversy. we'll talk to rand paul about the controversy that blew up after he refused a pat-down by airport security. >> so i said, i'm happy to show you my leg, and i showed them my leg, but that wasn't good enough. necessity wanted tthey wanted to do a pat-down. [ female announcer ] this is not a prescription. this is mary. who has a million things to pick up each month on top of her prescriptions. thankfully, her walgreens pharmacist recommended a 3-month supply. now, mary gets 3 refills in one and for 3 months she's done. ask your pharmacist about a 90 day supply and how to save with the prescription savings club. individual memberships are just 5 dollars. enroll today. walgreens. there's a way to stay well. diarrhea, gas or bloating? get ahead of it! one phillips' colon health probiotic cap a day helps defend against digestive issues with three strains of good bacteria. hit me! [ female announcer ] live the regular life. phillips'. ♪ [ gong ] strawberry banana! [ male announcer ] for a smoothie with real fruit
-searched by tsa agents at new york's kennedy airport. but the women say that is not good enough. in a letter, a homeland security official admits tsa screeners violated some standard procedures, but it goes on to say there is "no evidence to support the claims that tsa employees conducted strip searches of any passengers." well, that angers 88-year-old ruth sherman and lenore zimmerman, who is 85. >> i think it's a lie that they say they didn't ask to remove any clothing. because they did. they strip searched me. >> and i'm disgusted. it's a lie. that's all i can tell you. not much else i can say. not much else i can say. it's an absolute lie. >> the tsa says screeners at jfk will get refresher training in how to handle passengers with medical conditions. conditions. >>> it's not the bayer aspirin you know. it's different. first, it's been re-engineered with micro-particles. second, it enters the bloodstream fast, and rushes relief to the site of your tough pain. the best part? it's proven to relieve pain twice as fast as before. bayer advanced aspirin. test how fast it works for you. love i
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the presidential race. then later he made headlines after he announced he was detained by the tsa for refusing a pat down. tonight rand paul is here to tell us if he plans to take action in congress to prevent an incident like this from happening again. we'll check in michelle malkin and bob beckel and much more. for our dear friend, lizzy. surprise! surprise! surprise! surprise! we totally got her! [ male announcer ] when you combine creamy velveeta with zesty rotel tomatoes and green chiles, you'll get a bowl of queso that makes even this get-together better. [ male announcer ] you're at the age where you don't get thrown by curveballs. ♪ this is the age of knowing how to get things done. so, why let erectile dysfunction get in your way? talk to your doctor about viagra. 20 million men already have. ask your doctor if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pain; it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. side effects include headache, flushing, upset stomach, and abnormal vision. to avoid long-term injury, seek immediate me
says the tsa stopped him from boarding a flight. he refused a full-body pat-down at the nashville airport. according to the republican senator it all started after he went through a body scaner which under -- which found an anomaly around his leg. >> crops are not going to dust themselves, greg. >> listen to me, blabering on. you tell them, senator paul. it is your story. >> i am happy to show you my leg and i showed them my leg. that wasn't good enough. they wanted to do a pat-down. i said, i am happy to go through the rescreen and walk through the screener again. they wouldn't let me. i was detained in an area and told if i use my phone i have the full-body pat-down. >> anyway, paul refused the pat-down on the grounds that it infringes on his right of private property. the senator says he was then detained and missed his flight to washington. a tsa spokesman, is there any other kind, says paul was not detained, but if an alarm is triggered during a screening he has to be pat-down. the passenger cannot be granted access to the secure area in order to ensure the safety of others t
live in, folks. >>> it was a pay day for the tsa. travelers leave behind loads of change with loose security. and it added up to over $3. no, actually it is $400,000. but a spokesperson for the agency says employees don't get to keep coins found in plastic bins. instead they are collected and sent in an envelope to the finance department where the funds are going toward technology. light bulbs or other expenses. translation, we paid for their christmas party. let's discuss this in the -- >> lightning roooooouuuunnnnddd. lightning round. >> michael, should the tsa get to keep that money? >> no. it is a pointless organization anyway. it should be completely eliminated. i was surprised it was so low. that's not a lot of money. i think they are lying. >> are you calling them liars. >> i am calling them liars. >> you don't travel often, do you? >> i have never been outside of the country. >> i did travel once to baltimore and oh my god. >> no, never again. >> that was a mistake. >> should they be spending that money on other stuff like uniforms? >> i like the tsa. they do what they are s
at nashville's airport targeted his leg as suspicious, and he missed his flight after refusing to allow any tsa agent to pat him down, instead asking to go through the scanner a second time. >> i offered to show them my leg. in fact, i did show them my leg repeatedly and asked, "can i go back through the scanner?" and they said no. >> reporter: senator paul's father, ron, wants the tsa shut down, and today called the incident evidence "the police state in this country is growing out of control." the senator's staff tweeted, "he's currently being detained by tsa." the tsa said he was only escorted out of the security area. >> i was told not to leave a cubicle, and when i did step outside the cubicle, i was sort of surrounded and put back into the cubicle. >> reporter: detained or not, he returned to the counter for a second ticket to washington. this time, the machine detected nothing unusual about his leg. >> i think it's an indignity that we're going through this, not making us safer. >> reporter: some of his fellow passengers were unsympathetic. >> he should have to go through it as well. >>
of a history between the senator and the tsa and his father, the republican presidential candidate, congressman ron paul, is furious about all of this. senator rand paul is joining us now live from capitol hill. senator, thanks very much for coming in. i know you caught a later flight and you just got to washington. appreciate the hustle getting to our location up on capitol hill. so walk us through, senator. what happened today when you showed up at the airport? >> you know, i've been flying pretty frequently for the past year since i was elected and really vpt had any trouble with the tsa. most of the local people have been friendly, if not, outright supportive. but today i went through the scanner and it went off and i just requested that i show them my leg, which i did, or that i get to go back through the scanner again. but they wouldn't let me go through the scanner and they insisted on a pat-down search and i just didn't think that that was appropriate. i thought that, really, when i interviewed director pistole of the tsa a couple of months ago he talked about that we were letting peopl
to be on "morning joe" for three hours after this. >>> other news, senator rand paul calling out the tsa over invasive airport screening procedures saying he now has the personal experience to back it up. the kentucky republican claims he was detained at the nashville airport yesterday after refusing a security patdown. senator paul was heading to washington when he triggered an alarm in a body scanner. the senator refused a patdown search. that set off a 90 minute i don't know if standoff is the word, but encounter with with the tsa. >> these are the indignities. and it's not just me. americans are going through the airport every day being subjected to these indignities. nobody's thinking about who could attack this or who would attack us. it's just this mindlessness. >>> it tsa says senator paul was allowed to board another flight after a different screening. >>> in one of her final acts as a congress mom, gabby giffords finished the meeting she started a year ago. she sat down with survivors of the massacre that left six dead and 13 others injured. she's expected to attend the state of the
and means a big impact for passengers at one of the most popular stations. >>> >> run in for the tsa with a senator from kentucky. >>> plus gabrielle giffords due back on capital hill tonight for the state of the union address first one last act of business representing the people of arizona. ♪[ music ] >>> and as we head to break, a live lookout side with the latest weather and traffic in the break i will ask tony what is adele talking about in this song  when it comes to getting my family to eat breakfast, i could use all the help i can get. like nutella, a delicious hazelnut spread that's perfect on multigrain toast, even whole-wheat waffles, for a breakfast that my kids love and i feel good about serving. and nutella is made with simple, quality ingredients, like hazelnuts, skim milk, and a hint of cocoa. it's quick, easy and something everyone can agree on. ♪ nutella. breakfast never tasted this good. >>> making headlines we begin overseas in iraq two separate car bombs exploded east of baghdad killing at least 14 people and injuring 70 others. pol
-- campus. the details are still being worked out. >> an airport showdown between a senator and the tsa. are you on the government's side or on ron paul? we're in for a series of changes all week. we will be back with the complete forecast. >> in the case involving the zipprich -- police department. the court limi >> a quest for justice or an invasion of your rights. tonight we're learning more about a key decision made that impact every american. the centers around how police can track your movements and a case surrounding the d.c. man. we are live outside the supreme court with their decision and what it means for you at home. >> at the time this was a cocaine bust by the metropolitan police department and the fbi. today in a unanimous decision the supreme court said the methods they used to make the bus to violated the fourth amendment. >> nobody says the police should not be will to fight crime. >> metropolitan police did not have the right to slap the gps device on his client's car and truck him without a valid warrant, the lawyer said. the government argued he had no expectation o
another courageous decision. >>> and questions whether senator rand paul was detained by the tsa in nashville. his office and the tsa telling us different stories. we're going to sort it out for you this hour. hi, everybody, hope you had a great weekend, i'm thomas roberts. another huge day in politics. after two primaries, one caucus, voters provided three different winners. the march to inevitability for mitt romney is now a no-hold's bar brawl with newt gingrich. after a reality check in south carolina, romney sees ready to bring the fight to the former speaker. his 2010 tax returns will be public information tomorrow, and this morning he hit back hard against his chief rival for the nomination, take a listen. >> i'm calling on speaker gingrich again to do two things, one, release all the work product associated with his work at freddie mac and return the funds he made. speaker made $1.7 million in his enterprises from providing services to freddie mac, he ought to give it back. >> gingrich is telling david gregory there's a clear distinction for florida voters. >> very simple
and a tsa showdown. senator rand paul blocked from boarding a flight after refusing a pat-down. let's go "outfront." good evening. i'm erin burnett and tonight, breaking news. >> mitt what's the gross revenue of bain when you were dealing with it? to what's the gross revenue? >> fairly substantial, but i think it's irrelevant than the fact that you were working for freddie mac? >> did they ever do work with the government like medicare? >> we didn't work with the government. i didn't have an office on k street. i didn't work in washington. >> he likes to surf off that audience approval. without that tonight, he did seem relatively subdued so it had an impact. >> a lot of really interesting moments. like romney said what do i do with the taliban? beat them. and then of course there's silence. you don't have that applause. these guys are learning to use the audience as a weapon on their behalf. i think he is right. i personally think, get rid of it entirely. it is totally downer productive and it is -- >> i would say i totally agree with that. then you have that dead moment of silence and
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gets personal as he tries to halt the newt gingrich surge in florida. a tsa scanner gets an up-close lesson after setting off alarms in nashville. and a woman today up today and said president obama is a muslim. how did the candidate respond? senator santorum joins us tonight. tonight the spotlight's on florida and the pressure is on the republican presidential candidates and it isable. the more intense the pressure, the more personal the attacks. just a week ago mitt romney held a comfortable lead. today, florida a dead heat. it's not just florida that has team romney more than a little nervous. a new tracking poll shows govern romney speaker gingrich in a virtual tie among republicans. just a week ago, romney was more than 20 points ahead. romney today warranted voters, take another look. >> as you look at the speaker's record over time, it's been highly erratic. and in the case of the speaker, he's got some records which could represent an october surprise. we could see an october surprise a day from newt gingrich. >> there's a blistering new campaign ad targeting gingrich.
of emergency. >> plus the tsa and homeland security make an apology over the strip searches of those two ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] combine a pnc cashbuilder visa credit card with a pnc performance select checking account and get up to 1.75% cash back for just about every purchase. learn more and apply today at pnc bank. for the achiever in you. >>> we've still got the breeze out there. >> yes, a little bit of a breeze. we have a gust around 20 and moving into the area or pushed into the area will be some snow. how about that? a little bit of snow. some flurries, just enough to get us talking later tonight because after 9:00 we've got that chance. nothing like the snow though that fell in seattle, washington. but here's the thing. all those systems that are coming into the pacific northwest, those are rolling eastward. let me show you what happened in seattle this morning. yeah, this is the airport. as you can tell there's not much going on. all that snow that picked up 5 plus inches of snow, there was ice that came on top of that so the freezing rain and ice shut do
. >>> there is a push for more scrutiny of the tsa. rand paul set off an alarm at the nashville airport and refused a full body pat down and they wouldn't let him get on the plane. >> i'm a little confused by the rules myself to tell you the truth. i was on a plane two days ago and the scanner went off and i asked to go back through the scanner and they let me. the rules are different in different airports. they say the rules are the same everywhere but people are interpreting them different. someone has to have some discretion. the whole airport of nashville, no one was able to make a different ruling. they finally called washington and then they did take me back through the screener. jo join. >> joining me is congressman john mica. the tsa says when an irregularity is found during the tsa screening process, it must be resolved prior to allowing a passenger to proceed to the secure area of the airport. passengers who refuse to complete the screening process cannot be granted access to the secure area in order to ensure the safety of others traveling. and obviously senator paul made the decision he
spring was hit. >>> senator versus the tsa came to a head today at an airport. and what cliche will president obama use first in the "state of the union" address? grp@?ñm Ñoy÷h>óñc>ó >> bret: fresh pickingings from the political grapevine. kentucky republican senator rand paul says he was detained by t.s.a. agents after he refused a full body patdown at the nashville, tennessee, airport this morning. paul's office contends he went through a full body scanner when an anomaly was found on his leg. senator offered to go through the machine again but was told only a full body patdown would suffice. he refused and said he was detained and missed his flight back to washington. t.s.a. denies detaining paul and said he was allowed to board another flight after a different screening. last summer paul had a heated exchange with the t.s.a. director over invasive patdowns with children. he will go "on the record" with greta van susteren tonight. updating a story, georgia state judge denied a motion by obama administration to squash a subpoena requiring the president to atten
norton calls the bill an intrusion on the district's self-rule. >>> the tsa is defending the way it handled a senator who triggered an alarm at the airport and who then refused to undergo a security pat-down. an alarm was sounded when kentucky republican ran paul stepped through a security checkpoint in a nashville airport. when paul refused a pat-down, officers escorted him out. an hour later, they allowed him to go through the screener again, this time, it did not go off. >> why does it take so much to figure out just get back in line and go back through the screening again. >> senator paul claims the tsa detained him. the tsa says it did not. screeners simply followed security protocols. paul's father, ron is a republican candidate for president. if elected, congressman paul says he would eliminate the tsa. >>> u.s. supreme court has handed law enforcement a rare defeat. the justices ruled police have to get a search warrant before using gps technology to track criminal suspects. >>> the unanimous decision creates a major setback for the government and police who have increasi
evacuation and a tsa showdown. senator rand paul blocked from board i boarding a flight after refusing a pat-down. and news on beginning itch's work for freddie mac. we have the contract just released. let's go "outfront." good evening. i'm erin burnett and tonight, breaking news. the truth behind newt gingrich's ties to freddie mac. literally, within the past eight minutes, the former speaker released records explaining his connection to the taxpayer subsidized mortgage giant. i've been reading through it, it's a 15-page contract and this is a contract for just one year, 2006. now, the speaker worked for freddie mac for several years, so 2006 is the only year that i have in my hands and here's what i can tell you it says. it says that the gingrich group had a $25,000 monthly retainer fee from freddie mac. he said that adds up to $300,000 a year, which is the maximum for the year 2006. i want to emphasize this is one out of the six that he worked for freddie mac. now, he was a consultant and he released this to make that point, to try to continue to make the distinction between consultant an
a helicopter accident. >>> the tsa plans to test its own screeners for radiation exposure. >>> and join us tonight on nbcwashingtonnonstop, foodies, the world of all raw quiz even. and healthy mediterranean food without the wait. >>> and stay tuned to nonstop scene d.c. will head to a local favorite among celebrity designers. a furniture store with one of a kind finds at housewares with a history. >>> we're starting to get dizzy on this roller coaster. >> yeah, and we really do need a scorecard to keep up. you need that, and spring clothes mixed with a few winter clothes. as i said before, you want to keep a couple jackets in the car to keep ready for what the weather's going to be like. if you forgot what this weekend was like, take a look. we were in the 30s this past weekend. 39, 36 on sunday. today near 60 degrees, you guys know where we're going to be at the end of the week? >> let's guess, back down to freezing again? >> back down near freezing. 58 is where we are currently at reagan national airport. the southwest wind is at 18 miles per hour right now. indeed we're still getting br
, asking to go through is a scanner a second time. the tsa refused. paul missed his flight. >> it was an ordeal. i think it is for a lot of travelers. it's an indignity. it's not making us safer. >> the tsa says senator paul was treated the same as anybody else. once the machine alerts something suspicious, everyone muz allow a targeted patdown or leave. >>> gay marriage is on its way to becoming legal in washington state. a key lawmark said she would vote in favor of it, giving it the vote it needs to pass. washington would be the seventh state to allow gays and lesbians to marry. >>> secret recordings from inside the oval office are being made public today. made by president john f. sendy days before his assassination. it shows the more personal side of the president, as he introduces caroline and john to a soviet official. >>> and evening stroll under the into a nightmare for a massachusetts family when they fell through thin sis on a pond. a 911 call brought firefighters right away. they waded in with a rescue cled to reach the couple and their 3-year-old son. all three
event to complete the one she was holding when she b0o paul refuse add tsa patdown after a scanner alarm went off. >> i suspect i was part of a random atdown because the machine -- they finally did make me go through the machine. i went back through, and there wasn't anything that the machine found. >> senator paul said his leg set off the alarm. his father ron paul is running for the presidential nomination on a platform that includes eliminating the tsa, because in his words it does "nothing to keep us safe." >>> two more bodies were from a cruise ship. om a cruise 17 more are missing. agency says the wreck is stable and no longer in danger of sliding into deeper water. >>> violent storms are being blamed for two deaths in alabama. the national weather service has not confirmed they were tornadoes, but stories from survivors leave little doubt. >> they had us settled in the basement, an all of a sudden the front door came flying by us. we've lost our house, but at least we have -- i'm so, we've got our family, and that's all that matters right now. >> the storms are part of a sys
from the phac showing -- tsa showing more people are trying to sneak guns on planes. since 2007, they have been finding an average of four guns a day. the tsa says most people who get there say they forgot. >>> well, morgan state's basketball's recent win is being clobbered for what may or may not have happened at the end. and why the situation has been blown out of situation. school r doing it better than the rest. how the students are making a difference. >>> and a woman is recovering after a package explodes inside her car, why the police believe her ex-husband is responsible. i remember the days before copd. my son and i never missed opening day. but with copd making it hard to breathe, i thought those days might be over. so my doctor prescribed symbicort. it helps significantly improve my lung function, starting within 5 minutes. symbicort doesn't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. with symbicort, today i'm breathing better, and that means... game on! symbicort is for copd, including chronic bronchitis and emphysema. it should not be taken more than twice a day.
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